Ex-NSA-Agent: Our Digital Future
Thomas Drake was an agent of the NSA and CIA and became one of the first whistleblowers of the digital era. But he made one little mistake: He used his employer's PC without permission. For this violation, he was indicted and sentenced to 35 years. Fortunately, however, the US constitution prevailed against the intelligence agencies, and Drake was able to start a new life in freedom. In his speech, he describes life in - and after - the intelligence world.